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Hermann David Solomon Corrodi had the privilege of being raised in a family with a strong creative background. He initially received his artistic education in his father's studio in Geneva, and later pursued further studies at the Accademia di San Luca in Rome. Corrodi's artistic output was characterized by exceptional productivity, as seen by the multitude of commissions he received from the British and Austro-Hungarian royal patrons.
This substantial body of work propelled him to attain widespread recognition on an international scale. The individual's union with an Italian aristocracy provided him with the opportunity to enjoy summers in Rome and winters in Baden-Baden, during which he obtained a multitude of commissions.
Corrodi exhibited a strong inclination for extensive travel, as evidenced by the diverse array of subjects depicted in his works, which span from the prominent cities of Europe to the arid landscapes of the Middle East and Africa. During the 1880s, he undertook a journey to Egypt, Syria, Cyprus, and Constantinople.